A national prayer summit is underway in Clara Town – Monrovia, Liberia at The Church of Pentecost, FD Walker Temple.
The prayer summit is an annual event organized by The Church of Pentecost – Liberia. This year’s summit is the fifth since the return of the national head, Apostle Massaboi Zuwu, to Liberia.
Over five hundred officers including national executives, all seven area heads, elders, deacons and deaconesses are attending the summit, which was officially opened on Monday by the National Head of the church in Liberia, Apostle Massaboi Zuwu.
Speaking on the theme: “Equipping the church as an army to possess the nations”, Apostle Zuwu underscored the need for the officers of the church to play their respective roles in equipping the church to possess the nations.
“The Church is an equipping centre and therefore our task is to equip the church for the work of the ministry. Everyone has a role to play,” he said.
Apostle Zuwu posited that “the church is not a place where we come for entertainment, show our fashion or compete with one another but, a place to be equipped, trained and empowered to influence society with values and principles of the kingdom of God”.
The national supernatural prayer summit will also see the launch of a PIWC multi-purpose project and the sod-cutting for a Pentecost Convention Centre project. The weeklong summit is expected to end on Sunday January 30, 2022